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A Very Happy Easter

Sarah Kate and Emily walking home after Easter egg hunt in our neighborhood.We have had a very good Easter weekend. I am so happy that we serve a risen Savior! Our church had Evangelist Junior Hill this morning. He has very simple and effective delivery of the Gospel message. I love to hear him preach. Steve took part in the cardboard testimonies. I love seeing how the Lord has worked in peoples lives.
Kelly. Scott and Harper had us over for a wonderful Easter dinner.
My parents with Emily. Sarah Kate was acting too wild to be in the picture.
Zach. Erin and Kinley-our friends from church
Pretty baby Harper
All the little ones at lunch! It was hard to get them all in a picture.
I am going to post furniture pictures soon but, our house is really messy right now. As soon as I clean up, I will post pictures.

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waikikimum said…
Hi Laurie, I love reading your blog and your girls are just so precious. They look gorgeous in their Easter dresses. You have a beautiful family. Kathy Perth western Austrlia.
Leslie said…
You have the cutest family. Your stories crack me up. I loved seeing the pics of your parents. They are such sweet people. I will always be thankful for the video we have of our wedding made by your Dad. I am so glad I found your blog awhile back.

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